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Audi TT Review

 The car is longer than its predecessor and lighter through a construction of aluminium and steel. It is the first Audi model to feature the stunning Virtual Cockpit with the 12.3-inch high resolution LCD display dominating the drivers instrument panel.  It is well laid out with various ways to customise display information, although it is very driver focused.  With no centre screen, as a passenger if you want to mess about with the navigation or to play some tunes, you have to lean over to look at the Virtual Cockpit display. The rest of the interior is what you expect from Audi, of a premium quality throughout and comfortable.  The flat-bottomed 3-spoke leather steering wheel adds to the sportiness along with front sports seats.  A new addition is the adjustable controls integrated into the air vents so each one can be as you want it. Rear space isn’t great for passengers, but it isn’t usually in a coupe.  Boot space is larger than a few rivals like the BMW Z4 and Mercedes-Benz SLK at 305-litres, and with 50:50 split folding rear seats this does increase to 712-litres. There are two trims, S line and Sport.  A headlight cleaning system, light and rain sensors, black alcantara and leather upholstery with S embossing, 4-way electric lumbar support on the front sports seats, all-weather LED headlights and S line sports suspension come on the S line version. What’s it like to drive? The 2.0-litre TFSI quattro petrol engine uses a 6-speed S tronic transmission to produce 230 PS, an increase of 19PS over the outgoing model, with 370Nm of torque.  It has an electronically limited top speed of 155mph and acceleration is quick with a 5.3 second 0 - 62mph time.  The burbling engine noise does make you want to drive it with the windows down, although the Scottish weather put paid to that.  With that amount of torque, pick up is quick as you move away. With a reduction in emissions it now emits 149g/km of CO2 so VED will cost £145 and can potentially deliver a combined 44.1mpg.  The highly efficient 2.0-litre TDI ultra diesel engine is capable of over 67mpg with 110g/km of CO2 so running costs will be low with VED free for the first year, then £20 thereafter. Read More